Chefs share Hawaiian cuisine on Lifestyle Network
REDWOOD CITY, California — Top Hawaiian chefs and celebrities share their favorite and often generations-old recipes and cooking techniques on Lifestyle Network’s addition to its Saturday morning line-up.
“Cooking Hawaiian Style,” hosted by celebrity entertainer Lanai Tabura, premiered on Saturday, February 7, 10 a.m. Pacific Time.
Chefs teach how to recreate island favorites like lilikoi malasadas, loco moco, fried saimin, guava chiffon cake and many more authentic Hawaiian recipes and Hawaiian-style classics.
Sharing the namesake of his hometown, Lana’i City, host Lanai Tabura is radio disc jockey, actorand comedian, who yet again reinvented himself as a food pro with his 2013 victory as part of the team behind Aloha Plate, winner of Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race.”
“Our whole goal is to share with the world our amazing and versatile food from Hawaii,” said Tabura. “The simplicity of the recipes is complemented by the complexity of flavors made rich by a melting pot of many cultures since the plantation days. Cooking Hawaiian Style is a 30-minute show of pure aloha.”
Lanai invites audiences to savor a genuine Hawaiian food experience with “Cooking Hawaiian Style,” the TV show that brings aloha around the globe through food.
“Our viewers can expect big things from the network in 2015,” said Rodney Catorce, Channel Head for Lifestyle Network Global. “We’re building a bigger and bolder program line-up that will embolden, inspire, and entertain. Saturday mornings with ‘Cooking Hawaiian Style’ will be delightful, bringing the islands’ signature flavors into every home.”
Also on Lifestyle Network this month are the additions “Celebrity Rush,” “Supermodel Me” and “Posh Pescatarian.”
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